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Analysis and Commentary

ObamaCare's Broken Promises

by Daniel P. Kesslervia Wall Street Journal
Friday, February 1, 2013

As the federal government moves forward to implement President Obama's Affordable Care Act, the Department of Health and Human Services is slated to spend millions of dollars promoting the unpopular legislation.

Analysis and Commentary

The Era Of Mandates: President Obama’s Unfortunate Legacy

by Scott W. Atlasvia Forbes.com
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
fraud in Medicare and Medicaid

A Tall Order for Medicare

by Daniel P. Kesslervia Hoover Digest
Friday, January 25, 2013

Medicare needs to cut costs, escape political interference, and stay in business. Here’s how it can do all three. By Daniel P. Kessler.

Interviews

Scott Atlas on the John Batchelor Show (19:51)

with Scott W. Atlasvia John Batchelor Show
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Analysis and Commentary

Facts About America’s Health Care Quality That The World Doesn’t Know

by Scott W. Atlasvia FoxNews.com
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Analysis and Commentary

Obesity: The New “Just Say No” For 2013

by Scott W. Atlasvia Forbes.com
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Analysis and Commentary

Let's Be Honest - Medicare is Insolvent And Doctors Soon Won't Accept It

by Scott W. Atlasvia Forbes.com
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Analysis and Commentary

The Democrats' Fallback Plan For When Obamacare Inevitably Fails

by Scott W. Atlasvia Forbes.com
Sunday, November 25, 2012
Analysis and Commentary

What the World Doesn't Know About Health Care in America

by Scott W. Atlasvia FoxNews.com
Friday, November 16, 2012

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Member
David and Joan Traitel Senior Fellow
Leonard and Shirley Ely Senior Fellow
Keith and Jan Hurlbut Senior Fellow

The Working Group on Health Care Policy aims to devise public policies that enable more Americans to get better value for their health care dollar and foster appropriate innovations that will extend and improve life.

Key principles to guide the group's policy formation include focusing on the central role of individual choice and competitive markets in financing and delivering health services, individual responsibility for health behaviors and decisions, and appropriate guidelines for government intervention in health care markets.